The namesake of the Ford Thunderbird is a mythical creature known to many native North American tribes. First introduced to the public in 1955, this automobile was a a two-seat sports car, but unlike the Corvette. Ford marketed it as a personal luxury sports car, creating a new and different market segment for the discerning
We’re talking with the Owner Randy Smalley. Randy’s had this car since new. I think this car is one of the greatest super cars ever made! What do you think?
Cherry red vintage cars, sleek sports cars, shining motorcycles – and piping hot coffee while you browse the gallery of cars. For a car enthusiast that’s the recipe for a perfect day. Why not make this part of your Saturday this week? Coffee and Cars OKC will meet from 8 to 10 a.m. on March 11
For Dodge stylist Richard Sias, the 1968 Charger proved to be an amazing contribution to automotive history. A Michigan native who studied at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, Sias was a young man on a mission when he was given the directive to put body lines to the 1968 rendering of
The car’s Owner is Mike Giertuga. He sharing the story about how his son car has an original Mustang Mach 1, so he thought it would be nice if there was a modern version. He took the time to create a modern day version and it looks good to me.
The Falcon is still being made by Ford but as a full sized automobile and has been in continuous production since 1960 but you will not see it in any U.S. showrooms. The Falcon is made by Ford’s Australian Division with eight versions available for 2014. This Australian product helps to fill four wheeled transportation needs through-out
Four generations spanning eleven years, the Barracuda was repeatedly at the top of the list for a large number of muscle car fans. The most valuable year is a 1970, but any Barracuda in good condition will unquestionably remain a coveted car and will bring a trend setting price anytime one is sold. 1966 Generation one
Take a look at the first time a Chevrolet 454 Big Block V8 was installed in a production Corvette. This 1979 Bridgehampton Blue 4-speed car is a great example of why Corvettes are so popular. What do you think of it?
Hummer H2 Named The Most Embarrassing Vehicle to Drive? The Hummer H2 has been named one of the most embarrassing vehicles to drive by video journalist Doug DeMuro. Doug has named this the most embarrassing vehicle to drive today in part because of the loose gear shift lever, poor visibility, and the excessive use of
This is one beautiful Mustang! Looks great from any angle and provides sublime performance!
Nelson Bandy has been a longtime antique and vintage-car collector scouring the country for collectibles most of his life. Back in the 1970s, Bandy was very familiar with this 1968 Shelby GT500KR convertible and its rarity. “It was owned by a very young and recently married couple in Lobelville, Tennesee,” Bandy says. “I would stop
The sales numbers from around the muscle car world for February 2017 are in and once again, the Ford Mustang claimed the monthly sales race, but the bigger surprise is that the Dodge Challenger outsold the Chevrolet Camaro by a comfortable margin. Full article: https://goo.gl/dYKCqT
I love my muscle car. I love the way it looks. Sometimes I could just look at it forever. Take in all the angles, high, low, side, front, rear. There are so many, and it looks fantastic from every one. It’s shaped much different from today’s cars. It’s got passion, character, soul. One glance and
One of it’s first shows….This Car has a bunch of “Eleanor” influences but done to a whole nother level….A supercharged 5.0 Coyote under the hood….A totally custom interior…With out one switch or button….Everything works through the IPad mounted in the center of the dash….Wheels with Copper centers….Man!….This is one very cool Ford Mustang…..Have your say
The 1973 Ford Torino integrated the new 5 mph (8 km/h) impact regulations into the front bumpers, and it also revised the sheet metal from the firewall forward. The front fascia now was square, and all models sported the new energy-absorbing bumper design, which was a stark contrast to the previous year’s form-fitting design. Because
I found some of my old factory posters for the Super Bee which pretty much says it all about these rare Muscle Cars. The Muscle car versions were from 1968-71 and included engines from the rock solid 383 with 440 Magnum heads and 335 hp to the unbeatable 426 Hemi motor with 425 hp. The
The latest model in the Oldsmobile lineup for 1949 is the relatively light weight Rocket 88 powered by the newly designed and powerful rocket V8 engine replacing the less potent straight 8. With this new engine the somewhat stodgy Oldsmobile Corporation now has a car that becomes the star on the NASCAR circuits winning six
This color combination on the Mustang looks great! We love it! What about you?
This is one of those cars that sets your imagination on fire. A long, Raven black ‘64 Ford Galaxie 500 that glistens like a prize fighter in the ring, with a heart just as big. Ford was good at building big and comfy family cars, but they also did a heck of a job stripping them
It’s been just a week since Chevrolet launched the incredibly fast and aerodynamic ZL1 1LE, described as the “ultimate track-day Camaro,” and it seems that GM is already testing a new performance version of the muscle car. Our paparazzi just stumbled across a heavily camouflaged prototype and there’s a big chance we’re looking at the
1956 Ford Thunderbird 312 CID V8 Automatic MCF thanks Gateway Classic Cars for the images provided here.